Excerpt: Quote from review: "2010 was supposed to be the year 3D HDTV took off, but pathetic software and programming line-ups threw a huge roadblock in the way of the TV industry's plans. High prices in a recession didn't help much either. The dearth of great mainstream 3D content hasn't stopped manufacturers from introducing new models such as the 60-inch Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-60LE925UN. Is it worth the investment? Let's put on some 3D glasses and find out.
Conclusion: We’ve seen the Sharp Quattron LC-60LE925UN for around $3,500 at legit dealers—and the price is falling fast; the 3D BD player costs $260 or so. Sony has a 60-inch 3D LCD Bravia for slightly more while Panasonic’s 58-inch TC-P58VT25 plasma 3D set is less at around $3,000 when you add the glasses; Samsung’s 58-inch plasma is also near $3K. Basically you’re looking at a price premium for this HDTV.
Pros: Outstanding 2D playback, Very good 3D effects, Supplied Wi-Fi adaptor (for NetFlix, vudu), Two pair of glasses supplied
Cons: Expensive, Remote should be better (as always), No SD card slot or front HDMI connection
Excerpt: Sharp's first 3D televisions include the 60-incher reviewed here at $5,000, and a similar 52-inch model, the LC-52LE925UN at $4,000. Both Quattron TVs use four rather than three colours to create pictures: yellow in addition to the standard mix of red, blue and green.
Excerpt: Sharp’s Quattron technology greatly impressed me when it made its debut back in May. The only problem was that it appeared at the time when most other brands were busy launching headline-grabbing 3D sets, so that the brand’s additional yellow sub-pixel got rather crowded out. The company hopes to redress this situation with its first 3D TV, which also just so happens to be packing Quattron technology.
Sharp LC60LE925X review: This Sharp 3D LED TV has excellent contrast
Good Gear Guide.au
15 December 2010
Summary: The Sharp LC60LE925X 3D LED TV has excellent picture quality, with a clean and detailed picture that has a wide range of contrast. It doesn't have the same modern styling as Samsung's Series 7 3D LED TVs, but it's definitely not ugly. It is expensive when compared to LG's PX950 plasma screen, which is the same size.
Pros: Excellent contrast levels, good motion control
Cons: Isn't as modern-looking as competitors, additional 3D glasses are expensive, much more expensive than the 60in LG 60PX950
Excerpt: Annonse DinSide Det første som slår deg med LE925 er selvsagt størrelsen. 60-tommer er nemlig STORT, og selv om vi fikk levert TV-en uten eske, så hadde vi faktisk store problemer med å få den inn i heisen....
Pros: Nydelig design, fantastisk størrelse, svært mange innstillingsmuligheter for deg som liker dypdykk i menyen. Svært mange finesser og funksjoner, inkludert integrert 3D-sender.
Cons: Den er dyr, og kraftig gjenskinn fra panelet trekker ned, alle innstillingsvalgene kan virke overveldende for en del kunder. Fjernkontrollen oppleves som litt treg.